Aquädukt Saint Clément
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Nicholas N
Copenhagen, Denmark810 contributions
Jul 2021
The aqueduct is quite impressive and you get good pictures both from the bottom and from the top in the park.
Written August 4, 2021
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Myrtyl
London219 contributions
Jul 2019 • Solo
One of the nicest areas in Montpellier to walk up to - it's not far at all and lots of places to sit and enjoy the sunshine and to admire this wonderful structure. Walk back into town through the Porte du Peyrou
Written July 26, 2019
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Alan F
Borehamwood, UK616 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Whilst this long aquaduct is impressive, it does not quite compare to the Roman aquaducts of Nimes (Pont du Gard) or Segovia. Worth a detour to admire it.
Written July 4, 2019
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Dorothy
Ligonier, PA388 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
This site is worth a digression from old Montpellier. It includes a pleasant park, promenade with extensive views, statue of Louis XIV, Arc de Triomphe, Tower, and finally the surprisingly impressive aqueduct. The aqueduct or what remains of it is quite long, stretching out into the valley. It was built in the mid-1700s bringing water to Montpellier from about 14km away. The two levels of arches make it a significant structure. Unfortunately it needs some tidying up, cleaning, and weeding but nonetheless is well worth a visit. We were there in the early morning sunlight and it was perfect for photos.
Written October 12, 2018
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Pad5504
Southampton, UK64 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
The views of the aqueduct and the surrounding town is fantastic well worth the walk through the very clean park
Written September 14, 2017
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Nonrev_traveller737
Toronto, Canada22 contributions
May 2016 • Couples
If you cannot make it to Pont-du-Gard check out this aqueduct. Walk around the reservoir and peek at the aqueduct. There's great views from here of Montpellier as well.
Written May 10, 2016
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TheThriftyBee1986
Birmingham, UK163 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
The walk up to the aqueduct was really quite unpleasant. The lower terraced gardens are brimming with dog mess. We were harassed on two occasions by the fountain. The Aquadukt itself is an unexceptional imitation of le Pont du Gard. There are much better things to see in Montpellier.
Written September 15, 2014
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acbollig
Philadelphia27 contributions
Though not from Roman times, this 18th century aqueduct is an imposing structure that spans blocks. Apparently it was modeled after Pont du Gard, and though not in a park setting, it is still an amazing structure.
Written March 26, 2014
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backpacker31
Boynton Beach, FL5,396 contributions
Jan 2020 • Solo
Inspired by the Pont du Gard, this 18th century aqueduct once brought water from nearby springs to the city. It is currently inaccessible (walking atop the aqueduct is prohibited), but there are nice views from street level or from the ornate water tower.
Written January 29, 2020
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MireLa676
Bristol, UK58 contributions
Oct 2019
Beautifully structured ancient viaduct. Placed on the top of the hill is giving you opportunity to take amazing pictures. You can’t cross the aqueduct but even the “gate” to avoid the visitors to go in is made in impressive style. The best time to see it is in a sunny day.
Written November 4, 2019
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